Intel introduced its next generation of Learning Series platform, the Lenovo Classmate+ Clamshell and the Lenovo Classmate+ Convertible laptops. Both devices are designed for the educational market and Lenovo is one of Intel’s partners in this program.
The Lenovo Classmate+ Clamshell and Classmate+ Convertible notebooks are showcased at CES 2012 in Las Vegas (Nevada, USA). These Lenovo machines are built in a ruggedized design with strengthened corners and reinforced steel hinges, a hardened DC power jack, and a water-resistant keyboard.
Its battery life is increased up to 10 hours with 6-cell. The Lenovo Classmate+ Clamshell laptop and Convertible laptops are a 1.6GHz Intel Atom ‘Cedar Trail’ N2600 dual-core processor, a 10.1-inch anti-glare HD display, up to 2GB of DDR3 memory, up to 320GB of hard drive or 32GB SSD. Other feature is a webcam, three USB ports, D-Sub and optional HDMI.
Both Lenovo Classmate+ Clamshell and Classmate+ Convertible laptop will be arrive later this month.
Lenovo Classmate+ Clamshell and Classmate+ Convertible laptop Gallery
New Intel Classmate PCs Give Students Expanded Flexibility In and Out of the Classroom
Features Increased Performance, Greater Ruggedness, Stronger Security and Longer Battery Life
Lenovo Classmate+ Clamshell and Classmate+ Convertible laptop